||Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022
||3 p.m. ET
Nathaniel Peniston, vice president, The Contractors Plan; Adam Bonsky, CEO and president, ABC Insurance Trust
The $1.2 trillion, bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act has been signed into law. How will you prepare and position your company to win and manage this new volume of work? Competition for prevailing wage jobs is fierce. One of the most significant challenges for open shop government contractors is ensuring compliance with numerous rules and regulations while ensuring profitability. Whether competing on projects subject to the Davis-Bacon Act or local prevailing wage ordinances, contractors must be well-informed and have a team of experts to help them adhere to the complex rules and regulations at the state and federal level.
This webinar will define fringe benefits, how you can simplify the processes of meeting the prevailing wage requirements and how can you offer your employees a more rich and stable benefits experience. The discussion will cover how contractors can build a prevailing wage-compliant benefits strategy that helps attract and retain key employees. We will also discuss what actions you can take to be in the best position to comply with regulations and survive an audit.
Adam Bonsky, CEO and president, ABC Insurance Trust
Bonsky has more than 28 years of experience in employee benefits and human resources. He’s held executive leadership roles at KeyBank, Transamerica, CNA, Union Bank and Fringe Benefit Group. During his time at Fringe Benefit Group, Bonsky gained experience in building employee benefits programs uniquely designed to meet the needs of contractors performing work on Davis-Bacon and prevailing wage projects. Bonsky was also instrumental in building the longstanding partnership between ABC and Fringe Benefit Group.
Nathaniel Peniston, Vice President, The Contractors Plan
Peniston works with partners such as ABC to identify areas of collaboration and drive customer success. An expert in the administration and compliance challenges of hourly employees with prevailing wage and fringe benefit obligations, Peniston has published a number of articles and a book on the subject.